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2022 Top 100 Asset Owners Ranking

Learn about the latest key insights on the top 100 asset owners in the world in 2022.  Who are the asset owners that are driving investments?  Are they competing for returns with you in the market?  Do you raise funds from them?  Are they your clients?  Are your retirement, insurance or invested funds managed by them?  Are you working for the funds?  Do you have a heavier responsibility or facing more restrictions in deploying investments in a changing world?  Get the latest insights on the top 100 largest asset owners including Pension Funds, Sovereign Wealth Funds (SWF), Outsourced Chief Investment Officer (OCIO), Foundations, Endowments and Insurance Companies.  See the 2022 Asset Owner Top 100 Ranking below | View: 2022 Asset Owner 100 Study

“ Top 100 Asset Owners with $25.7 Trillion AUM, Top 10 Largest from Japan, Norway, China, UAE, South Korea, United States, Singapore, Kuwait, Netherlands, Hong Kong “


Thinking Ahead Institute 2022 Asset Owner 100 Study

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The Thinking Ahead Institute has released the 2022 Asset Owner 100 study, providing key data & insights on the top 100 global asset owners including Pension Funds, Sovereign Wealth Funds (SWF), Outsourced Chief Investment Officer (OCIO), Foundations, Endowments and Insurance Companies.  In 2021, the Top 100 Asset Owners managed a total of $25.7 trillion AUM (Pension 55.9%, SWF 36.7%, OCIO 7.4%) with average asset allocation of 44.5% in Equity, 32.3% in Fixed Income, and 23.2% in Alternative.  (AUM ~ Assets under Management) – See 2022 Asset Owner Top 100 Ranking below | View: 2022 Asset Owner 100 Study

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2022 Top 100 Asset Owners Ranking

The top 5 largest asset owners in 2021 are Government Pension Investment Fund (Japan) with $1.73 trillion, Norges Bank Investment Management (Norway) with $1.4 trillion, China Investment Corporation (China) with $1.22 trillion, SAFE Investment Company (China) with $980 billion and Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (UAE) with $829 billion. 

Leading financial centres Hong Kong and Singapore have 2 funds respectively in the Top 100: GIC (Singapore) with $744 billion & Central Provident Fund (Singapore) with $374 billion, and HKMA Investment Portfolio (Hong Kong) with $587 billion & MPFA (Hong Kong) with $150 billion.  

Rank Asset Owner Country AUM Type
1 Government Pension Investment Fund Japan $1.73 trillion Pension
2 Norges Bank Investment Management Norway $1.4 trillion SWF
3 China Investment Corporation China $1.22 trillion SWF
4 SAFE Investment Company China $980 billion SWF
5 Abu Dhabi Investment Authority UAE $829 billion SWF
6 National Pension South Korea $797 billion Pension
7 Federal Retirement Thrift U.S. $774 billion Pension
8 GIC Singapore $744 billion SWF
9 Kuwait Investment Authority Kuwait $738 billion SWF
10 APG Netherlands $630 billion Pension
11 HKMA Investment Portfolio Hong Kong $587 billion SWF
12 California Public Employees U.S. $496 billion Pension
13 Public Investment Fund/Sanabil Investments Saudi Arabia $480 billion SWF
14 Qatar Investment Authority Qatar $445 billion SWF
15 Canada Pension Canada $426 billion Pension
16 National Social Security China $406 billion Pension
17 Central Provident Fund Singapore $374 billion Pension
18 Mercer U.S. $370 billion OCIO
19 CDPQ Canada $329 billion Pension
20 California State Teachers U.S. $313 billion Pension
21 PGGM Netherlands $304 billion Pension
22 Investment Corporation of Dubai UAE $302 billion SWF
23 Mubadala Investment Company UAE $284 billion SWF
24 Temasek Holdings Singapore $283 billion SWF
25 New York State Common U.S. $267 billion Pension
26 New York City Retirement U.S. $266 billion Pension
27 Local Government Officials Japan $248 billion Pension
28 Employees Provident Fund Malaysia $242 billion Pension
29 Goldman Sachs U.S. $239 billion OCIO
30 Florida State Board U.S. $213 billion Pension
31 Korea Investment Corporation South Korea $205 billion SWF
32 AON U.S. $204 billion OCIO
33 BLF Taiwan $202 billion Pension
34 Texas Teachers U.S. $196 billion Pension
35 MN Services N.V. Netherlands $192 billion Pension
36 Ontario Teachers Canada $191 billion Pension
37 Future Fund Management Agency Australia $185 billion SWF
38 BlackRock U.S. $184 billion OCIO
39 Russian National Wealth Fund Russia $182 billion SWF
40 State Street Global Advisors U.S. $181 billion OCIO
41 WTW U.S. $181 billion OCIO
42 Russell Investments U.S. $175 billion OCIO
43 AustralianSuper Australia $169 billion Pension
44 CDC France $166 billion Pension
45 Public Service Pension Investment Board Canada $162 billion Pension
46 Washington State Board U.S. $161 billion Pension
47 Public Institute for Social Security Kuwait $159 billion Pension
48 British Columbia Investment Canada $158 billion Pension
49 Public Investment Corporation South Africa $157 billion SWF
50 ATP Denmark $155 billion Pension
51 MPFA Hong Kong $150 billion Pension
52 Wisconsin Investment Board U.S. $147 billion Pension
53 Boeing U.S. $147 billion Pension
54 Employees’ Provident India $144 billion Pension
55 New York State Teachers U.S. $144 billion Pension
56 North Carolina U.S. $137 billion Pension
57 Alecta Sweden $136 billion Pension
58 California University U.S. $125 billion Pension
59 Bayerische Versorgungskammer Germany $122 billion Pension
60 Ohio Public Employees U.S. $121 billion Pension
61 AT&T U.S. $119 billion Pension
62 National Federation of Mutual Aid Japan $117 billion Pension
63 IBM U.S. $115 billion Pension
64 National Development Fund Iran $115 billion SWF
65 Universities Superannuation U.K. $111 billion Pension
66 Virginia Retirement U.S. $110 billion Pension
67 Pension Fund Association Japan $109 billion Pension
68 Raytheon Technologies U.S. $108 billion Pension
69 ADQ UAE $108 billion SWF
70 Michigan Retirement U.S. $107 billion Pension
71 Aware Super Australia $107 billion Pension
72 Royal Dutch Shell Netherlands $104 billion Pension
73 New Jersey U.S. $104 billion Pension
74 Minnesota State Board U.S. $102 billion Pension
75 PFA Pension Denmark $102 billion Pension
76 Alberta Investment Management Corp Canada $102 billion Pension
77 KLP Norway $102 billion Pension
78 Kaiser U.S. $101 billion Pension
79 Georgia Teachers U.S. $100 billion Pension
80 SEI Investments U.S. $100 billion OCIO
81 Oregon Public Employees U.S. $100 billion Pension
82 Danica Pension Denmark $99 billion Pension
83 Northern Trust U.S. $98 billion OCIO
84 Massachusetts PRIM U.S. $98 billion Pension
85 Qsuper Australia $96 billion Pension
86 General Motors U.S. $96 billion Pension
87 Ontario Municipal Employees Canada $95 billion Pension
88 Ohio State Teachers U.S. $95 billion Pension
89 AP Fonden Sweden $94 billion Pension
90 Healthcare of Ontario Canada $90 billion Pension
91 General Electric U.S. $90 billion Pension
92 Bouwnijverheid Netherlands $88 billion Pension
93 United Parcel Service U.S. $86 billion Pension
94 N. M. Superannuation Proprietary Australia $86 billion OCIO
95 United Nations Joint Staff U.S. $86 billion Pension
96 Emirates Investment Authority UAE $86 billion SWF
97 Lockheed Martin U.S. $85 billion Pension
98 Rothesay Life U.K. $84 billion Pension
99 J.P. Morgan Asset & Wealth Management U.S. $83 billion OCIO
100 TCorp (NSW Treasury Corporation) Australia $83 billion SWF



The Asset Owner 100 Study

The Asset Owner 100 is a Thinking Ahead Institute study which gathers data on the total assets of the top 100 asset owners around the world. Though not included in the ranking, the study also presents the total assets for the top 10 insurers and the top 10 foundations and endowments.    Since its establishment in 2015, over 60 investment organisations have collaborated to bring this vision to light through designing fit-for-purpose investment strategies; better organisational effectiveness and strengthened stakeholder legitimacy.  Thinking Ahead Institute is an innovation network founded by WTW.  In 2016, Willis Group and Towers Watson merged to become WTW.  



About the Thinking Ahead Institute 

The Thinking Ahead Institute was established in January 2015 and is a global not-for-profit investment research and innovation member group made up of engaged institutional asset owners and service providers committed to changing and improving the investment industry for the benefit of the end saver. It has over 55 members around the world and is an outgrowth of WTW Investments’ Thinking Ahead Group, which was set up in 2002.

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